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Wilber 1 year ago
Wonderful! clapping
       
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Martin 1 year ago
Yay!
       
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Menaalmena 1 year ago
#7 she was Michael Nesmith's mom, he of The Monkees fame...
       
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Amos 1 year ago
heddy lamar was a spy!!! thats why she invented wireless stuff - actually nicola tesla was faster
       
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Calvin 1 year ago
“Hidden Figures” movie. A must watch.
       
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Olga D. Gonzalez-Sanabria Had A Major Role In Developing Batteries For The International Space Station

The International Space Station mainly uses solar power, but it is not in direct sunlight all the time, so other power sources must be used. It relies on rechargeable lithium-ion batteries to provide power one third of the station’s orbit. In 2017, lithium-ion batteries replaced the nickel-hydrogen batteries. But it was Olga D. Gonzalez-Sanabria whose technical contributions helped to develop the "Long Cycle-Life Nickel-Hydrogen Batteries" in the 1980s and enable the International Space Station to always have power to sustain life-support systems and experiments.

 

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